On Thursday

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On ThursdayEN61.28%
On ThursdayFR18.98%
On ThursdayRU18.96%
On ThursdaySA0.67%
ON THURSDAYEN0.09%
ON ThursdayEN0.01%
On. ThursdayEN0.00%


 
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Deborah Stanley said ( about On Thursday ) : “The safety and well-being of our pupils is of paramount importance at all times and we will always strive to ensure learning can continue, in a safe environment, wherever possible. "On Thursday, November 14, a large area of Maidstone, including Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, was affected by a power cut. "Staff assessed the situation, and liaised with Kent County Council, and made the decision to keep the school open so learning could continue. "Pupils were allowed to wear coats in class if they felt cold and staff reported pupils were happy and working well” External link

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Ricardo Lopez said ( about On Thursday ) : “The investigation was extremely thorough and continued into (Thursday),” External link

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Dominic King added ( about On Thursday ) : "That’s impacting the vegetation. The trees are under stress and dropping leaves and that’s just fuel on the ground. Everything is just crispy. We are seeing areas burn that never burned before”. On Thursday evening, Claire Whinfield attended a meeting in her local community of St. Albans on the Hawkesbury River, about two hours north of Sydney, to discuss plans to contain the huge 82,250- hectare Mt Gosper fire. “It’s been very emotional but everyone is chipping in,” she said. “I’ve watered the garden, filled the gutters and we’ve mowed all the grass so there’s no fuel for it,” she added, “We’ve packed the car in case we have to leave in a hurry – photos, paperwork, clothing and a bit of art. It’s all been in a heap in the back of the car for three days”. Sara Duddy, 37, runs a boutique guesthouse at the Nightscap National Park in the Byron Bay Hinterland, about three hours south of Brisbane. “It's been really stressful and I haven’t slept in a week,” she said, adding “Everyone is really angry. Angry at inaction and politics when the region is burning”. She said it felt as though the government was playing stubborn politics. “What harm would there be in adopting a zero-emissions economy? We used to be leaders in the world. Everyone – the scientists, the kids, the firefighters are all saying the same thing. Just stop being led around by the nose by the fossil fuel companies”. “The problem is the current coaliton is backing the wrong players. It’s like after they thought winning the election gave them a mandate to do less and less about serious risks we’re facing" External link

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Dominic King added ( about On Thursday ) : "That’s impacting the vegetation. The trees are under stress and dropping leaves and that’s just fuel on the ground. Everything is just crispy. We are seeing areas burn that never burned before”. On Thursday evening, Claire Whinfield attended a meeting in her local community of St. Albans on the Hawkesbury River, about two hours north of Sydney, to discuss plans to contain the huge 82,250- hectare Mt Gosper fire. “It’s been very emotional but everyone is chipping in,” she said. “I’ve watered the garden, filled the gutters and we’ve mowed all the grass so there’s no fuel for it,” she added, “We’ve packed the car in case we have to leave in a hurry – photos, paperwork, clothing and a bit of art. It’s all been in a heap in the back of the car for three days”. Sara Duddy, 37, runs a boutique guesthouse at the Nightscap National Park in the Byron Bay Hinterland, about three hours south of Brisbane. “It's been really stressful and I haven’t slept in a week,” she said, adding “Everyone is really angry. Angry at inaction and politics when the region is burning”. She said it felt as though the government was playing stubborn politics. “What harm would there be in adopting a zero-emissions economy? We used to be leaders in the world. Everyone – the scientists, the kids, the firefighters are all saying the same thing. Just stop being led around by the nose by the fossil fuel companies”. “The problem is the current coaliton is backing the wrong players. It’s like after they thought winning the election gave them a mandate to do less and less about serious risks we’re facing" External link

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On Thursday

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On ThursdayEN61.28%
On ThursdayFR18.98%
On ThursdayRU18.96%
On ThursdaySA0.67%
ON THURSDAYEN0.09%
ON ThursdayEN0.01%
On. ThursdayEN0.00%


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Deborah Stanley said ( about On Thursday ) : “The safety and well-being of our pupils is of paramount importance at all times and we will always strive to ensure learning can continue, in a safe environment, wherever possible. "On Thursday, November 14, a large area of Maidstone, including Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, was affected by a power cut. "Staff assessed the situation, and liaised with Kent County Council, and made the decision to keep the school open so learning could continue. "Pupils were allowed to wear coats in class if they felt cold and staff reported pupils were happy and working well” External link

kentonline Friday, November 15, 2019 4:21:00 PM EAT

Ricardo Lopez said ( about On Thursday ) : “The investigation was extremely thorough and continued into (Thursday),” External link

utsandiego Friday, November 15, 2019 12:51:00 PM EAT

Dominic King added ( about On Thursday ) : "That’s impacting the vegetation. The trees are under stress and dropping leaves and that’s just fuel on the ground. Everything is just crispy. We are seeing areas burn that never burned before”. On Thursday evening, Claire Whinfield attended a meeting in her local community of St. Albans on the Hawkesbury River, about two hours north of Sydney, to discuss plans to contain the huge 82,250- hectare Mt Gosper fire. “It’s been very emotional but everyone is chipping in,” she said. “I’ve watered the garden, filled the gutters and we’ve mowed all the grass so there’s no fuel for it,” she added, “We’ve packed the car in case we have to leave in a hurry – photos, paperwork, clothing and a bit of art. It’s all been in a heap in the back of the car for three days”. Sara Duddy, 37, runs a boutique guesthouse at the Nightscap National Park in the Byron Bay Hinterland, about three hours south of Brisbane. “It's been really stressful and I haven’t slept in a week,” she said, adding “Everyone is really angry. Angry at inaction and politics when the region is burning”. She said it felt as though the government was playing stubborn politics. “What harm would there be in adopting a zero-emissions economy? We used to be leaders in the world. Everyone – the scientists, the kids, the firefighters are all saying the same thing. Just stop being led around by the nose by the fossil fuel companies”. “The problem is the current coaliton is backing the wrong players. It’s like after they thought winning the election gave them a mandate to do less and less about serious risks we’re facing" External link

usaToday Friday, November 15, 2019 12:23:00 PM EAT

Dominic King added ( about On Thursday ) : "That’s impacting the vegetation. The trees are under stress and dropping leaves and that’s just fuel on the ground. Everything is just crispy. We are seeing areas burn that never burned before”. On Thursday evening, Claire Whinfield attended a meeting in her local community of St. Albans on the Hawkesbury River, about two hours north of Sydney, to discuss plans to contain the huge 82,250- hectare Mt Gosper fire. “It’s been very emotional but everyone is chipping in,” she said. “I’ve watered the garden, filled the gutters and we’ve mowed all the grass so there’s no fuel for it,” she added, “We’ve packed the car in case we have to leave in a hurry – photos, paperwork, clothing and a bit of art. It’s all been in a heap in the back of the car for three days”. Sara Duddy, 37, runs a boutique guesthouse at the Nightscap National Park in the Byron Bay Hinterland, about three hours south of Brisbane. “It's been really stressful and I haven’t slept in a week,” she said, adding “Everyone is really angry. Angry at inaction and politics when the region is burning”. She said it felt as though the government was playing stubborn politics. “What harm would there be in adopting a zero-emissions economy? We used to be leaders in the world. Everyone – the scientists, the kids, the firefighters are all saying the same thing. Just stop being led around by the nose by the fossil fuel companies”. “The problem is the current coaliton is backing the wrong players. It’s like after they thought winning the election gave them a mandate to do less and less about serious risks we’re facing" External link

news-yahoo Friday, November 15, 2019 11:47:00 AM EAT